hi my other question is that the bank , after i called them has said that i will need to have the loan re written after the bankruptcy of my ex girlfriend is discharged. is this a normal procedure and am i obliged to requalify, can they foreclose the property if i do not re qualify?
yes i thought there wasnt a reason they could make me have to rewrite the loan when the loan has been going for 28 months and never a late payment.. thanks... i suppose i will check back with the bank after the bankruptcy is discharged and see if they are telling me the same b.s.
really ? ok well thanks for your professional opinion. it helps alot..
ok so in that case ill just continue to make payments due on time and i had planned to refi soon as the rates have changed since i bought the house but i planned on using a different lender. probably in about 60 days after all this is over.
thanks for the excellent service. worth the money spent..
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